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Hillel Yaffe

Matrix integrated an ERP system for medical centers at the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center in Hadera

The Business Systems Division at Matrix integrated a medical center management system based on its Tafnit ERP system at Hillel Yaffe Medical Center in Hadera.

The components of the system integrated by Matrix include management of inventory in storage, medical equipment and pharmacy management. In the future, additional system components for management of departmental storerooms, management of production and distribution of food, laundry management, sterilization management and more. The estimated value of the project is approximately NIS 350,000.

The project was done as part of a far-reaching effort by state-owned hospitals to replace their current IT systems. This is yet another win for Matrix, following the implementation of its Tafnit ERP system for medical centers at Barzilai Medical Center.

Yudit Eli, Deputy Director for Logistics at Hillel Jaffe Medical Center, said, "The hospital integrated the system at its medical logistics center and pharmacy. The launch was smooth and there were no real problems. We are currently integrating at the hospital-wide logistics center. The hospital plans on implementing a digital signature system so that we can work paperless."

Israel Greenfield, Project Department Manager in the Matrix Business Services Division, said, "Tafnit is in operation at over ten medical centers in Israel, with accrued experience of 11 years in this field. Matrix has a great deal of experience and knowledge in the implementation of financial, logistics and administrative at medical institutions. This is the most comprehensive system in Israel for medical center management. It has been successfully implemented at hospitals, including Sheba Medical Center, Laniado Hospital, Assaf Harofeh Medical Center, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, Bikur Cholim Hospital, Mayanei HaYeshua Medical Center, Herzliya Medical Center, Kings County Hospitals in New York, the new hospital in Equatorial Guinea and others."